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Podcast: A busy year for Nano One, with CEO Dan Blondal


This week we are talking battery materials technology, as we catch up with Dan Blondal, CEO of Toronto-listed Nano One. Since Dan was last on the podcast, Nano One has progressed with its panel of strategic partnerships, including with giants like Rio Tinto and Sumitomo Metal Mining.

Nano One has established itself as an important component in the fast-growing area of lithium-ion battery supply chains thanks to its proprietary One Pot process. Dan takes questions from me on some of the challenges the battery sector still faces, and whether companies in the West can continue to compete effectively against Chinese counterparts.

Also up for discussion is Nano One’s recent announcement of a further partnership deal, this time with Worley Chemetics. We talk about how this could be a possible game changer for Nano One, helping it to quickly reach new markets under a time scale that would not previously have been possible. Dan also fills us in on his plans for the next 12-18 months.

Nano One and the challenge for sustainable battery supply chains

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